Huffington Post     First Posted: 11/24/09 05:12 AM ET   Updated: 11/17/11 09:02 AM ET

Antioxidants are fast becoming the new superheroes of the health food movement. Everyone from scientists to spiritual gurus have taken to extolling the health benefits of notable antioxidants such as blueberry, pomegranate, acai berry, and goji berry. And so far, the buzz seems legitimate. Medical research has revealed that antioxidants are a very special kind of molecule, capable of slowing down cell degeneration by curbing free radicals, or cell-damaging agents in the body. Now, HuffPost Living is here to cover the latest trend in the antioxidant movement: the superdrink. Drink manufacturers everywhere are picking up on the antioxidant buzz, and wild new health beverages are flooding the marketplace everyday. However, one has to wonder: which of these supposed "antioxidant" drinks are the real deal, and which are just trying to make a quick buck off the trend? You tell us whether these drinks are nutritious, or just plain suspicious.

Sencha Shot
Sencha Shot is a green tea energy drink powered by high concentrations of the antioxidant catechin (typically found in white, black, and green tea). The Sencha Shot people claim that their drink helps maintain a healthy heart and reduce the presence of cell-damaging elements in the body. We’ll leave you to decide whether Sencha Shot’s “more is better” approach actually works.
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